Temperature, Angle of Attack and Angle of Side Slip Measurements MCQ’s

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This set of Avionics Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “Temperature, Angle of Attack and Angle of Side Slip Measurements”.

1. What is the temperature measured by a probe on the exterior of a moving aircraft?
a) Static temperature
b) Stagnation temperature
c) Free stream temperature
d) Constant temperature

2. Why is a hole required at the rear end of the temperature probe?
a) Dual measurements
b) Redundancy
c) Reduce time lag
d) Convective cooling

3. What is the temperature of the air surrounding the aircraft called as?
a) Stagnation temperature
b) Static temperature
c) Total temperature
d) Overall temperature

4. Which is the optimum place for a temperature probe?
a) Landing gear
b) Inside cockpit
c) Exit of engine
d) Tip of vertical tail

5. The temperature is probe is actually an electric coil whose resistance varies with temperature.
a) True
b) False

6. The angle between the relative wind and the longitudinal datum line on the fuselage is called as?
a) Flight path angle
b) Glide angle
c) Relative angle
d) Angle of attack

7. The recovery factor for computing the static temperature does not account for _____
a) Friction heating
b) Re-radiation
c) Nonisentropic compression
d) Isentropic compression

8. What error will a 10°C error in temperature shown in true airspeed?
a) 10 Knots
b) 20 Knots
c) 0.2 Knots
d) Greater than 1 Knot

9. Which flight critical system is the angle of attack indicator a part of?
a) Stall warning system
b) Airspeed indicator system
c) Landing system
d) Rate of climb indicator system

10. Sideslip sensors are only used in experimental aircraft and not in general aviation or commercial aircraft.
a) True
b) False

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